The DuBarrys have released a music video for the second track to be featured on their upcoming self-titled EP. The track itself is entitled 'Lilly'. The video takes on a particularly vintage feel, as the hazy visuals combine with the indie rock track to create something very unique. The musical style of the DuBarrys has already been compared to Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd, and more recent indie songwriters, like Alt-J and Local Natives.
While the visual design for the video is relatively simple - it depicts the band playing the track and making their way around a small town - the fading in and out of different scenes and the washed-out blurry look contributes to the overall retro feel of the video. The video follows a great theme set by the band, as their previous track, 'Undress Your Soul', took on a very 70s rock influence. 'Undress You Soul' will also feature on the upcoming EP.
The DuBarrys originate from Brighton in the UK, and have supported King Charles whilst performing at the Isle of Wight Festival. The band consist of Chich, Rax, Alex & Dylan, although their drummer does his best to keep out of the limelight, giving them more of a 'trio' vibe.
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